Deep beats from the Czech Republic. Dysmusax releases this 6 track EP for Urban Sprawl, offering a wicked mix of bass and rhythm for your listening pleasure. Ambient soundscapes, smooth melodies, and addictive drum patterns come together to make some damn fine music. ( 1 reviews ) Topic: IDM
Obsibilo present "eine wunderschön" Cinematic jazzy release. "A whole universe of sounds that prompts a whole universe of images. Listening the Obsibilo is like suddenly becoming the star of a all lot of dark, glamorous and somewhat thrilling movies." A perfect mastery of composition, an incredible pictorial flow. [jazz] sub-machine.net ( 1 reviews ) Topics: sub-machine.net, jazz, obsibilo, cinematic
Chuzausen's first Net-Release on Rumpfunk-Records. The Happy Farm Ep is an Freaky-Gamebased-Soundscape from Spain. Breakbeats and Funky-Electronica meets Computergame-Voices. Delicious ;) PS: "3BitBrains" is an Low-Bit Track! ( 1 reviews ) Topics: rfr, rumpfunk, breakbeat, game, freaky, rfr012, electronica
The ep starts dubby in the beginning, made after his first visit at audioLAB Dresden, where he came across. The track has recordings of a guest singer in it. Very smooth the ep continues to a more introverted but playful level and brings us to 2 pieces of SciFi-adventure-game-music, produced years ago for the game 'The Kore Gang'. 11 more of such tracks can be found on his CD on Bohnerwachs Tonträger. Head over to Suburban trash for those. http://suburbantrash.c8.com/ ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Dub, Reggae, Electronic, Electronica, Phonocake, Netlabel Source: release page @ phonocake
Tracklist: 1. ISHTAR'S WAY (Ishtar prayer, Supplication of the butchered woman, Ave Maria, Terra Tremuit) 2. UPPHAF (Sigurd & Gudrun Legend) We welcome Laura Weixelbaum to our label."She is a really individual and original singer, who doesn’t care about daily fashion, she is obeying just for her inner urge, and because of it mighty energies explodes in her production. The evoking singing of her takes you to the ancient world of shamans, where her voice is able to comprise the... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: petroglyph-music, Laura Weixelbaum, Experimental, vocals, Spoken words, poem, fieldrecording
Observatory Online is once again, very pleased to announce a brand new release by one of the world's most sought-after new electronic acts, The Uberkids. Once again, at the urging of their father, Phasmid, Rebekah and Noah Simon, secreted themselves in their studio and created a collection of specially-recorded samples, which then were shared over the internet to members of the Skylab Operations family, with specific instructions not turn them into anything scary or demonic sounding. When not... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Electronic, IDM, Bleep, Glitch
another release of sublime ambient beauty from Emvelope Nine on Earth Monkey Productions. A follow up to the well received Receiver ep Emvelope Nine is Alan Daly, born in Birmingham to a couple of beautiful people. Whilst studying Music Technology at college he formed his band 'Six Reels of Joy', an experimental post-rock outfit, who after many shows around the midlands decided to split up. In the wake of this, Alans knowledge and passion for electronic music pushed him to create his own sounds... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Experimental, IDM, Downtempo, Electronic Music, Soundscapes, Ambient
fairy tales for kids born after WW-2 Margaret O'Brien recorded the three bears and others at this time too. Not the Frank Luther singer from the 1920s ( 1 reviews ) Topics: comedy, story, fairy tale, three little pigs, little red riding hood, goldilocks, the three bears
Halloween is meant to be scary, right? Year after year we dust off the old Halloween novelty records. While those are fun for parties, they are not at all scary. Oddio Overplay put the challenge to musical artists the world over to conjure up Halloween music that is "frightening, damaging and disturbing." No "Monster Mash," instead creepy soundtracks for a fiendish Halloween. The artists succeeded with CALLING ALL FIENDS! Some of these pieces will creep you right out of your... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: 8m2stereo, Brian and Harlan, Bureaucratica, Cauhaus, Click Click Click, Grant, Jeffrey Letterly,...
Ensphere November 07th, 2010 -Downtown- Tucson, AZ Captured By Taperaten [ABW] Source: FOS-> R-09(48.000kHz/24-bit)->SDHC 4.0GB card/micromate USB reader->Sound Studio 3.5.5 (track-split, 44.100kHz/16-bit)-> [All Souls Finale: Featuring Odaiko Sonora] 01. Aurora 02. Premonition 03. Cadence (All Souls Version) please visit my Ensphere Live site http://enspherelive.wordpress.com/ if you really like Ensphere. Enjoy! ( 2 reviews ) Topics: All Souls, Day of the Dead, Tucson, Arizona, Flam Chen, Ensphere, Odaiko Sonora, Taiko
In 1987 I made a trip through europe by train and by boat, starting in Haarlem, the Netherlands and finally ending up in Strandhill, Ireland. These recordings are made along the way, using a small recorder-walkman. I taped my descriptions of what I saw, the voices of people I met and especially the music they made. Sometimes I edited the sounds on the spot, when I could borrow a second walkman from a fellow traveller You'll hear me buying tickets, jamming with an old friend, walking into a... ( 4 reviews ) Source: personal archive Jan Turkenburg
IN DECEMBER 2007 BARBAGALLO FINISHED TO RE-ARRANGE THE FAMOUS PIECES FOR PIANO "GNOSSIENNES" BY ERIK SATIE. All tracks written by Erik Satie. Arranged, performed, recorded & mixed by Carlo Barbagallo. Check Barbagallo - Plays Satie for listen & download at the archive the remastered songs of this release! ( 2 reviews ) Topics: barbie noja records, rearranged classical music, home recordings, sicily, low fi, arrangements,...
For this debut remix release the Uberkids, Rebekah and Noah Simon, secreted themselves in their studio and created a collection of specially-recorded loops and samples, which they then supplied over the internet to several members of the Skylab Operations family (such as I Am Robot And Proud, Headphone Science, Sweet Trip, .Tape, and of course, Phasmid) with specific instructions that the remixers could do anything they wanted with the samples as long as they did not turn them into anything... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: IDM, Bleep, Experimental, Electropop
Red velvet draping a staircase, antique frescoes lining up a hallway. Surreal music flooding the hallway from a slightly ajar door at its end. Step into Frivolous' musical world, where one discovers a sound and emotions filled to the brim with forgotten treasures via arrangements forged through the frivolous spirit of our friend from western Canada. This time, Dirty Jam Gigohm collaborated with our Karloff records old-timer to produce a classic from the 1950s revisited via electronica. This... ( 3 reviews ) Topic: Electronic Source: http://www.epsilonlab.com
*NOTE - this volume 1 of 2 - the other is located at: HERE For most of 2003, I lived in the northwestern-most province of China - officially known as Xinjiang : Uyghur Automomous Region....sometimes referred to by some as China's other, lesser known "Tibet" for situational parallels. I'd recieved a generous grant to document the folk music (as opposed to the classical muqam music) of the Turkic muslim cultures traditionally native to the region - focusing mainly on the largest... ( 5 reviews ) Topic: Uyghur, Xinjiang, Kazakh, China, Central Asia, field recording, radio, collage, webcast, shirley,...
byJohn Harrison with the Wichita State University Chamber Players; John Harrison with the Wichita State University Chamber Players
The Four Seasons (Italian: Le quattro stagioni) is a set of four violin concertos by Antonio Vivaldi. Composed in 1723, The Four Seasons is Vivaldi's best-known work, and is among the most popular pieces of Baroque music. The texture of each concerto is varied, each resembling its respective season. For example, "Winter" is peppered with silvery pizzicato notes from the high strings, calling to mind icy rain, whereas "Summer" evokes a thunderstorm in its final movement,... ( 5 reviews ) Source: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/John_Harrison_with_the_Wichita_State_University_Chamber_Players/The_Four_Seasons_Vivaldi/
Damien Shingleton: "I made some field recordings in Darjeeling, most significant of which were those of a blind Nepalese beggar at the Chowk Bazaar and the family at the Tenzing restaurant on Burdwan Road. I was apprehensive about recording the beggar, afraid of looking like a tourist vulture. As you can hear in the recording, I don't think he knew he was being recorded although a friend of his explained afterwards. The family are Gelong Bhutia, Tenzing Wongmo, Yangchen Dolker (15) and... ( 5 reviews )
A long, long time in the making, U.S. artist Troupe presents his first EP for Monotonik, 'It's Really Pretty Simple After All', a plain spectacular mix of demo-scene inspired electronica, soaring melodies, and beautiful vocals. Imagine, if you will, an American who has grown up and been musically influenced by the greats of the Amiga demo-scene - which this label itself was birthed from in 1996. Then mix in transcendent vocals reminiscent of favorite Monotonik releases like Bliss, and you get... ( 3 reviews )
.Tape. is 26 year old Daniel Romero from Asturias, Spain. He wears glasses, likes playing with toy instruments such as the casio pt88, toy accordion, and a toy spanish guitar. He uses a very simple sequencer and records his toy instruments with a simple pc microphone. Bringing together his love for lo-fi indie pop with his love for melodic electro-pop, .tape. creates a unique story-book landscape where more than likely, you'll find the princess saves the dragon from the evil prince. ( 5 reviews ) Topics: Electronic, Bleep, Experimental, Neo-cosmic
An International double album of latterday exotica. The DJ activates the emotional SuperDrive within the freshly rendered Lounge Cubism. You arrange to meet for the common, eroticizing file sharing. Through the finely cut cocktail glasses the ladies' romantic looks ignite rainbows which burn-in into PDA monitors. As a result men's hearts melt like amorous ice cubes on hot sheets. Tropical mist, exotic condiment, pacific secrets and extended processor capacity maneuver the banter - a rendezvous... ( 13 reviews ) Topic: Easy Listening